Defence for Children International-Canada (DCI) and Community Living Toronto Tuesday, May 8, 2018 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT) This year's event will be presented in partnership with Community Living Toronto. The focus of this year’s lecture will be centered around the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) in combination with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC),and how the rights of children with intellectual disabilities should be upheld.
Friday, May 18th we have the whole indoor Waterpark to ourselves! Come join us! Tickets are $30 each or $100 for 4 people! You do not need to stay at Great Wolf Lodge to partake!
On March 28th the provincial government tabled their 2018 budget, which included a $1.8 billion investment in the developmental services sector over the next three years. Please find attached Community Living Toronto’s official media release for more details on the budget and what it means for Ontarians with an intellectual disability.
Come join other mothers who have a child of any age with a developmental disability for a weekend of celebration, connection and growth. Leave feeling refreshed, nurtured, and honoured. May 4th—6th, 2018 At Shadow Lake Centre Cost $75.00
Register for Creative Village Studio Classes online with My Community Hub!
Kingsway-Lambton 21st Annual Fundraiser Art Show and Sale is on Saturday April 7th 10am-4pm. Featuring 33 Unique Canadian Artist's.
Announcing ReelEducation, a program for educators who want to bring films and resources about disability, inclusion, empathy, mental health, and more into the K-12 classroom ReelEducation launches April 1 – and it's FREE.